Coldplay has introduced it’s suspending a number of Brazil exhibits in its “Music of the Spheres” world tour attributable to “a severe lung an infection” that singer Chris Martin has contracted.
In an announcement posted on Twitter, Instagram and its web site, the band expressed “deep remorse” and stated the exhibits must be rescheduled for early 2023.
The assertion reads partly, “As a result of a severe lung an infection, Chris has been put underneath strict physician’s orders to relaxation for the following three weeks.
“We’re working as quick as attainable to lock within the new dates and can comply with up with extra data within the subsequent few days.”
After apologizing for any “disappointment and inconvenience,” the assertion continued that the group must prioritize Chris’ well being.
A rep informed The Hollywood Reporter that there was no extra data obtainable presently about Martin’s sickness.
Ticketholders ought to maintain on to their tickets, the band’s assertion added, as they might nonetheless be legitimate for the brand new dates, although all refunds shall be honored.
“We’re optimistic that Chris will return to good well being after the prescribed medical break and stay up for resuming the tour as quickly as attainable,” the assertion concluded. “To everybody affected, please settle for our honest apologies, and thanks as at all times to your love and assist.”
The exhibits would have taken place on choose dates between Oct. 11-22. A ten-show look in Buenos Aires, Argentina, continues to be set to occur beginning Oct. 25.
In September, Coldplay introduced it could deliver “Music of the Spheres“ to function movie screens through a world broadcast of one of many Buenos Aires concert events on Oct. 28 and Oct. 29.